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Empresa de EE. UU. busca talentos en Cali para la industria del software

Para hacer frente a esto, a ese parque industrial, ubicado en la vía a Jamundí, llegó la escuela de desarrollo de software Holberton, original de San Francisco, Estados Unidos; que fue creada en 2015 por miembros de las firmas Docker, Apple y LinkedIn. En el modelo de esta academia, los estudiantes no pagan un peso hasta que la misma entidad los ayuda a vincular a un empleo “de altos ingresos”, explica Hernando Barreto, director de la escuela en Colombia.

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Ne-Yo: «Tout le monde devrait avoir l'opportunité de contribuer à la Tech»

La technologie nous impacte tous, et donc tout le monde devrait avoir la possibilité d'y contribuer. Pas seulement ceux qui ont la chance d'avoir les moyens financiers d'entrer dans les grandes écoles. Nous avons déjà pu observer les biais que peut avoir une communauté non diversifiée, que ce soit dans l'écriture d'un code ou dans l'intelligence artificielle, sans pour autant s'en rendre compte.

- by Guillaume Bregeras on July 03, 2019

Holberton School pose ses premiers jalons à l'international

A ce jour, Holberton School se targuent d'avoir déjà placé 150 personnes parmi les 500 étudiants actuels parmi les ténors de la Tech (Google, Apple, Linkedin, Tesla…), avec un salaire médian de 108.000 dollars par an en temps plein.

- by Guillaume Bregeras on July 03, 2019

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Articles by Holberton Students

How Machine Learning Will Change Software Development

As AI technology matures and the number of use cases grows, you would think that developers would already be using machine learning to automate some aspects of the software development lifecycle. However, Machine Learning on Code is actually a field of research that is just starting to materialize into enterprise products. One of the pioneers of movement is a company called source{d}, which is building a series of open source projects turning code into actionable data and training machine learning models to help developers respect technical guidelines.

- by Katya Kalache on January 25, 2019

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From Living In His Car to Coding Like A Star

A year ago, Max drove across country with a dream and few thousand dollars in savings in his pocket. The drive was long but it was just the beginning; that car would end up being his home in San Francisco. Fast-forward to today, Max was heading back home by plane, with a Software Engineering job in his pocket.

- by Sylvain Kalache on April 16, 2018

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Holberton School Continues Rapid Global Expansion

"One of the skills in most demand by the economy of the 21st century is programming,” said Esteban Piedrahita, president of the Chamber of Commerce of Cali. “For this reason, the arrival in Cali of Holberton School is extraordinary news. Holberton will give the opportunity to hundreds of Caleños and Valle del Cauca, who otherwise would not have access to this type of training, to connect with a wide range of quality job opportunities."

Holberton School Expansion Continues with African Campus

“Our goal is to turn Tunisia into a hub to train the next generation of African IT professionals,” said Neila Benzina, founder of Holberton Tunis. “With Holberton School we will be able to train and place job-ready IT professionals adapted to real-time market need and groomed to change as quickly as the market does.”

Local Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers Awards Scholarships to Help Offset Holberton Students’ Living Expenses

“Coming to Holberton changed my life and propelled my personal development,” said Holberton student Alisha Smith. “The hands-on peer-learning approach keeps me engaged and motivated, and truly sets me up for a successful career. I’m thankful to have been chosen to receive this scholarship because it allows me to continue attending Holberton and dedicate more time to something I love.”

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